In this synthetic biology webinars module, our scientists will cover the topics of gene synthesis. Each webinar provides background information, data analysis, and helpful tips for the featured products.

Gene Synthesis & Gene to Protein Recorded Webinars


Real-world applications using multiple cloning technologies

There are many cloning technologies available, and they are not mutually exclusive. Indeed, many researchers find that a combination of various technologies can be the best approach to their research. Learn about real-world applications utilizing different combinations of cloning technologies offered by Thermo Fisher Scientific to propel your research. Topics range from restriction enzymes to complete gene synthesis.

The cloning applications to be covered in this webinar include:

  • Gene tagging and expression
  • Creating donor plasmids for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing
  • Site-directed mutagenesis at single and multiple sites
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New cloning technologies available from Thermo Fisher Scientific

In this webinar we'll discuss:

  • The technologies available from Thermo Fisher Scientific, ranging from traditional cloning to next-generation assembly techniques
  • How and when to choose between technologies
  • Where to go for more information
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GeneArt DNA Libraries - Protein engineering made easy

Join us for a live webinar, “GeneArt™ DNA Libraries: protein engineering for every lab”. In vitro protein engineering strategies are widely regarded as the most efficient methods for creating proteins and regulatory sequences with improved or novel properties. GeneArt™ DNA Library services offer a solution for every budget.


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From gene to protein – extending gene synthesis to reliable protein expression

In this webinar, Dr. Michael Liss, Research and Development manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, discusses how to conveniently and rapidly obtain optimized synthetic genes from electronic sequence data and how optimized sequences help ensure that you get the highest expressed protein yields. In this webinar, you will see how gene optimization works and how it affects protein expression on multiple levels to help deliver increased overall expression reliability and protein yields. You will also learn the basis of gene synthesis and how the GeneArt® protein expression service is a convenient and fast way to outsource your protein expression projects. Whether you’re interested in outsourcing individual steps in the gene-to-protein workflow (e.g., gene synthesis and cloning into expression vectors), or you’d like us to complete the entire workflow, we have the solution for you.
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The online GeneArt® Portal

In this webinar, Dr. David Raab, Research and Development manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, discusses the GeneArt® portal. Life Technologies offers a wide range of custom made tools for molecular biology and genetic engineering, ranging from gene synthesis and downstream services, like subcloning and plasmid prep, to TALs and DNA library services. The online GeneArt® portal offers sophisticated yet easy to use bioinformatics support. Whether you want to optimize the sequence of a synthetic gene or Strings™ DNA Fragment for high yield expression, create a TAL for precision gene knock-down or design a complete new vector with GeneArt® Elements, the portal will offer you the corresponding tool.

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GeneArt® Elements™ vector construction and combinatorial parts assembly

You’re invited to join our synthetic biology webinar “GeneArt® Elements™: a combination of standardized genetic parts and customer parts for the cost-effective construction of individualized vectors, pathways, and more.”

In this webinar Dr. Michael Liss, manager of Molecular Biology Research and Development at Thermo Fisher Scientific, discusses GeneArt® Elements™ vector construction and combinatorial parts assembly. The GeneArt® Elements™ collection offers access to a large set of well-characterized genetic parts that can be used for different purposes, with easy online design and ordering. The ability to cost-efficiently test different promoters, terminators, or other functional elements helps ensure the best possible outcomes for further downstream applications.

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